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Estimation of suitability of winter triticale varieties for cultivation for fodder


, : Estimation of suitability of winter triticale varieties for cultivation for fodder. Annals of Warsaw Agricultural University SGGW AR, Agriculture ( 24): 11-19

In microplot trials in 1983-86, winter triticale Lasko, AD-206, Grado, Dagro, Salvo and Largo, winter rye Dankowskie Zote and wheat Panda were sown in mid-Sep. and given 80 kg P2O5 + 100 kg K2O/ha before sowing and 100 kg N in 2 split applications in spring. Increments of aboveground DM were determined at the start of stem elongation, after formation of the 2nd node on the main shoot and at the start of spike formation.

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